Major temple is in Pushkar near Ajmer. Also, There are temples in Goa, (in the small, remote village of Carambolim in the Sattari taluka in the northeast region of the state); in the temple town of Kumbakonam, (Thanjavur District) in Tamil Nadu; and in Thirunavaya in Kerala. Regular pujas are held for Brahma and during Navrathris, this temple comes to life with colourful festivities. There is also a shrine for Brahma within the Bramhapureeshwarar temple in Thirupattur, near Trichy and a famous murti of Brahmā at Mangalwedha, 52 km from Solapur district in Maharashtra,
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There is an Idol of Brahma in Dharmapuri (karimnagar dist. AP} temple. As per the legend, when lord shiva shown his virat murti in the form of linga, there was a competetion between the Vishnu and Brahma to find the root and top of lingodbhavamurthi. Vishnu could not find the root and confessed his defeat. Brahma, though could not find the top, utters a lie,as having seen the top.
Then Lord Shiva has given him a curse saying that he (Brahama) shall not
get worship.That is why there are very few temples for lord Brahma.